27 February 2014

Mauritius Car Sales By Brand : 2013

Looks like a place I would like to holiday in

Kia has been doing well here lately
Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, which got its independence from the UK in 1968. It was home to the Dodo bird, famous for it's extinction. Kia has taken the island by storm, and now has a strong lead in sales of private cars. Toyota has also been making a move here, as has Malaysian brand Perodua (maker of Daihatsus under licence).


10 11 12 13 Share +/-

13 2 1 1 Kia 1,110 17.7% 13%

6 7 4 2 Toyota 740 11.8% 43%

1 1 2 3 Nissan 668 10.7% -17%

3 3 3 4 Hyundai 654 10.5% -18%

5 5 5 5 BMW 488 7.8% 10%

7 6 6 6 Mercedes 332 5.3% -7%

8 10 8 7 Suzuki 332 5.3% 11%

4 8 9 8 Honda 248 4.0% -10%

16 13 11 9 Perodua 231 3.7% -8%

19 17 10 10 Peugeot 227 3.6% -10%

12 11 12 11 Ford 198 3.2% -13%

8 4 7 12 Chevrolet 168 2.7% -47%

11 12 15 13 Renault 167 2.7% 29%

2 9 14 14 Mitsubishi 145 2.3% -8%

18 19 17 15 Audi 104 1.7% 21%

10 15 16 16 VW 83 1.3% -20%

15 16 13 17 Citroen 74 1.2% -65%

17 18 20 18 Mazda 44 0.7% 38%

- 29 19 19 Opel 35 0.6% -3%

25 22 21 19 Land Rover 35 0.6% 17%

26 24 22 21 MINI 22 0.4% -24%

24 21 26 22 Fiat 21 0.3% -5%

27 26 28 23 Porsche 20 0.3% 43%

21 23 27 24 Jaguar 19 0.3% 19%

19 25 24 25 Proton 16 0.3% -38%

28 31 - 26 Chrysler 13 0.2% n/a

30 - - 26 LTI 13 0.2% n/a





Others 47 0.8%





Total 6,254
-5%

Data source:  Thanks to the NTA.

You can rent the fine Qashqai here to catch the scenery 

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